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Housing Heads Up!

Prepare yourself for battle — Housing Selection 2013 approaches! The only time when you can observe the entire range of human emotion (from hopeless weeping to ecstatic joy) without ever having to go farther than the John Jay Lounge. The epic journey starts today with a Room Selection Information Session at 6 p.m. in the […]

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The Convent on 113th and Wallach 2C will be available for Special Interest Communities and “other populations with specific needs” come this fall, so it’s time for applications. The Convent is newly renovated, so we’re talking hardwood floors, a multi-purpose room in the basement, a full kitchen, two RAs, a Public Safety guard, and other […]

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SURPRISE!

Housing lottery numbers are up a few days early! To find out your number: Log onto StarRez Go to “Applications” Select the application for Academic Year 11-12 Find your lotto number under “Registration Summary” Weep. (Or rejoice!) Pop! via Flickr

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